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Gentry honored as volunteer of the month

February 12, 2014

We have many great volunteers here in Pushmataha County. One of them we would like to acknowledge is Madge (Franks) Gentry.
Madge is not only a native of Antlers but a graduate of Antlers High School. Madge has three sons who also graduated from Antlers High School.
While working for the school district she also coached KYI softball teams for a number of years. Since retirement Madge has generously served on the Antlers City Council as Council Member, Vice-Mayor and Mayor.
She has been active in her church serving as Secretary, Sunday School Teacher and other positions as needed. In 1999 Madge officially became part of the RSVP (Retired Senior Volunteer Program).
Madge has reliably given her time and effort helping with The Historical Society, The Wildlife Heritage Museum, Chamber of Commerce, PDI, City Council and Antlers Family Services.
For all this we say THANK YOU to Madge and we do appreciate you very much.
To inquire about an opportunity to reap some of the rewards of volunteering, contact Karla, Dawn or Doris at the Little Dixie Office at 580-298-2921.

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